Guess who’s back, back again… the Titans are back, tell a friend…
The Gold Coast Titans have come from a whopping 18-0 down in the first 11-minutes to beat the Canberra Raiders 30-28, in what is the equal greatest comeback in the NRL club’s history.
The boys put on the epic performance in front of a home crowd at Cbus Super Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
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Despite being down 24-12 at half time, a motivational chat in the change rooms seemed to inspire the club who were unstoppable in the second half.
It was a close game, but with less than two minutes left on the clock, the Titans snatched the victory from Canberra with a Konrad Hurrell try from an Ash Taylor grubber – the perfect ending for what was Garth Brennan’s NRL coaching debut.
“A little bit star struck and a little bit overawed… but I’ve said from the start that they’d never give up and they showed that,” a proud Brennan said after the match.
“What we get out of that tonight is we get a bit of belief, a bit of belief in ourselves that no matter what the scoreboard is, if we keep working hard then things can change and things can turn”.
— Gold Coast Titans (@GCTitans) March 11, 2018